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Enforta and Actility announce deployment of IoT network spanning the vast territory of the Russian ...

Enforta, the Russian telecom operator owned by ER Telecom Holding, and Actility, the industry leader in Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks have begun a collaboration to deploy a LoRaWAN wireless netw...

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A great emotional reward “Prix de l’Engagement Sociétal” for the “Les P’tits Doudous” association, to help children… https://t.co/L2TsKzpgyo
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Merci @MarcLefevreEY ! Nous sommes fiers d'avoir participé à cette cérémonie et d'avoir passé le flambeau ! https://t.co/u83O6BnaLh

Actility acquires NL Noodvermogenpool, taking the lead in European demand response

European Utility Week, Amsterdam, October 2nd: Actility, the industry leader in the Internet of Energy, today announces that it has acquired NL Noodvermogenpool, the largest demand response aggregator...

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Actility and machineQ Demonstrate Asset Tracking Solution at MWC Americas

Actility, the industry leader in Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) and IoT location solutions, and machineQ, Comcast’s IoT network service and platform, are together demonstrating an asset tracki...

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Multi-Tech LoRaWAN access point is now Actility ThingPark™ Connected

March 7, 2017 | posted by Matt Bacon |
Multi-Tech Systems, Inc. today announces that its new MultiConnect® Conduit™ AP Access Point for LoRa® Technology is now fully pre-configured and approved for Actility’s ThingPark™ Wireless Platform. The MultiConnect Conduit AP access point, based on the award-winning MultiConnect Conduit gateway, is cost-optimized to connect thousands of IoT assets to the cloud utilizing the power of LoRaWAN™, a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) specification deployed for wireless battery operated Things in regional, national and global networks. It is designed specifically to extend end-point density and improve network densification by providing deep in building coverage in difficult to reach areas where cell tower or rooftop deployments may not penetrate.

Actility is the industry leader in LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) large-scale infrastructure and the innovator behind the ThingPark Wireless Platform, a core network management and supervision solution for LPWA connectivity. ThingPark is a carrier-grade IoT platform, which enables service providers to accelerate their IoT strategy and go-to-market. The new ThingPark certified Multi-Tech Conduit AP delivers an end-to-end solution for the fast growing LoRa ecosystem, opening a wide range of opportunities for innovative Smart City and Smart Building applications.

“MultiTech trusts Actility to provide network operators everything they need to deploy nation-wide, public, LoRa networks,” said Daniel Quant, ‎Vice President, Product Management and Strategic Marketing at MultiTech. “We are committed to providing operators “carrier-grade” products that are robust, high-quality and designed for long life in harsh environments.”

“We are delighted to add the MultiTech innovative LoRa access point to the fast-growing community of ThingPark Connected solutions,” comments Actility’s Christophe Francois, SVP marketing and Digital. “Its versatility in extending coverage in large scale networks and supporting enterprise requirements will be a great asset for ThingPark ecosystem customers to accelerate their IoT solution deployments around the world”

The MultiConnect Conduit AP is available pre-configured to work with ThingPark right out-of-the-box, bringing flexibility to set up custom LoRaWAN coverage on any location. The gateway is available both on ETSI EU 868 MHz and sampling on US FCC 915 MHz spectrums. The integrated gateway will be commercially available as part of Actility’s end-to-end ThingPark Wireless network offering. Additionally, it will be available on through ThingPark Market, Actility’s ecosystem solution hub.

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